The Final Day

On the first night of Passover, we went to my Aunt and Uncle’s for the Seder. Aside from the requisite matzoh, we had salmon, roast beef, grilled asparagus, REAL green beans, and fresh salad with crumbled goat cheese. Oh, and some sweet potatoes as well.

IMG_2448Tonight is the last night, and to celebrate, we’re having roast turkey, stuffing, sweet & regular potatoes (think Thanksgiving).

Over the course of the week, my mom and I did pretty well with avoiding bread and other leavened foods (pasta!). In leu of the fajitas my husband made us a few days ago, HE had flour tortillas along with his chicken while I turned my would-be fajita into a rice bowl!

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Other classic Passover foods included matzoh pizza, PB&J on matzoh, matzoh granola (I didn’t make this this year, but I did a few years ago while in Korea), and meatloaf held together with matzoh meal instead of panko.

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